As the Program Director of the Oncologic Emergency Medicine Fellowship, I'd like to personally invite you to apply. We are the first fellowship of its kind and have more than a decade of experience.
We are looking for passionate physicians who are interested in undertaking additional training so that they can be at the forefront of an emerging field -- Oncologic Emergency Medicine.
Monica Wattana, M.D.
Director of Education
Oncologic EM Fellowship Director
The main goal of the program is to facilitate expertise in the diagnosis, treatment, and multidisciplinary management of cancer patients presenting to the emergency department as well as to advance scholarship in the growing subdiscipline of oncologic emergency medicine.
As a result of this training, the fellow will be recognized as an expert in the emerging discipline of oncologic emergency medicine.
Who: Board-certified or board-eligible emergency medicine/internal medicine physicians are eligible to apply.
What: Advanced training in the emergency treatment of cancer patients via one to two year fellowship that also includes publication, quality improvement projects and publishable research opportunities.
Where: This fellowship is located at The University of Texas at MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Emergency Department in Houston, Texas.
When: Application deadline is Friday, November 3, 2023.
How: Applications should be sent to: email@example.com
Eligibility and How to Apply
Eligible candidates should have completed an ACGME-accredited residency program in Emergency Medicine or Internal Medicine or an equivalent international program if outside the U.S.
Eligibility- Please visit Graduate Medical Education's website to learn more about the institutional eligibility criteria: institutional eligibility requirements
Applicants must have:
- An M.D./D.O. degree or it's foreign equivalent along with a valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG)
- The J-1 visa is the required visa for international physician trainees requiring visa sponsorship. The J-1 visa is sponsored by the Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG).
- Completed USMLE Step I and Step II CK. At minimum applicants with a D.O. degree or its foreign equivalent must have completed all three parts of the COMLEX exam. Additionally, all applicants must have passed each step/part/level of a licensure examination (i.e. USMLE or COMLEXii) within three (3) attempts.
Applicant should email the following to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Personal statement
- Curriculum vitae
- Official Medical School Transcripts
- Three letters of recommendation- One letter from the Residency Program Director, two letters from an attending physician and/or teaching faculty
- Letter of good standing from current clinical training program indicating expected completion date
- Certificates from all completed internship, residency, or fellowship training programs
- A copy of current ECFMG Certification, if medical school was completed outside of the United States
Competitive candidates will be invited for personal interviews.
Faculty and Fellows
MD Anderson Cancer Center is committed to encouraging good health and staying true to our mission to end cancer. If you are applying for a GME fellowship or residency program starting on or after July 1, 2016, please be advised that MD Anderson will have instituted a tobacco-free hiring process as part of its efforts to achieve these goals. If you are offered an appointment, you will be subject to a Pre-Employment Drug Screen for tobacco compounds in compliance with applicable state laws. If you do not pass the urine drug screening which includes testing for tobacco compounds, you CANNOT be appointed at MD Anderson. Should you fail to meet this contingency, MD Anderson will withdraw your offer of appointment for the academic year. You may reapply for the following academic year, but there are no guarantees that you will be offered a position as many of our programs are already filled for several years out.